I never knew I wanted a Western-themed rhythm game with rock paper scissors until just now.
A reality TV show about some of the best indie game developers in the business competing Iron-Chef-style to make amazing games? Sounds like a great idea, right? You'd think so, but this story does not, unfortunately, have a happy ending.
Game jams are fantastic for short, focused games. Couple that with Notch's ability to make polished gems for jams, and what you get is Shambles—an FPS zombie game developed for the 7DFPS challenge.
Where Is The Button For Love? gives you a very simple goal: Hug your daughter. The only problem is that while you were working on your mech, the retro-turboencabulator malfunctioned, and now you're trapped inside.
You may recall Molyjam, a 2012 "game jam" that brought together amateur and professional game developers from around the world to make games based on the weird ideas espoused by the satirical Peter Molydeux Twitter account. That account, of course, was a joke version of the very real game designer Peter Molyneux. Yes,…